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I am presenting at the Construction Safety Conference  

"Ladder Accidents & Violations…an Unnecessary Expense"

in Chicago in a couple of week. I am about done with my presentation and would like some best practices, incidents, pictures, etc. on Ladder Safety that you would be willing to share with me. You can reply to the forum or personally to me at jay@encouragingsafety.com. When I come back I'll post my information where you can download it including a recording of my presentation.  Thanks!

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